JAAKJunulara Alp-Adria Konferenco (Esperanto: Alp-Adriatic Youth Conference)
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Dank geht auch an Agne Civilyte (Vilnius), Joakim Wehlin (Falun), Jaak Mall (Tallinn), Aikaterini Glykou und Daniel Sahlen (beide Stockholm) fur die Gesprache und Korrespondenz bezuglich gemeinsamer Ideen und Plane kunftiger Zusammenarbeit
Jaak Poldmae confines his research to factors related to stress.
One of the best-known researchers on the neuroseience of aggression is Estonian-born psychologist and neuroscientist Jaak Panksepp, who has identified several primary emotion circuits in small mammals such as mice and cats, including one he calls the "Rage circuit," which, when stimulated, produces an immediate aggressive response.
Jaak Panskepp of Washington State University, argue that if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck - ifs probably a duck
The work concentrates on Luik's Rome years (1998-2003), when she lived together with her husband, ambassador and writer Jaak Joeruut ("who has been my home in the world"), dodging now and again into the realities of her childhood in Berlin and Finland.
4- Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul will meet with his Estonian counterpart Jaak Aaviksoo and an accompanying delegation at his office in Ankara.
Kenis, Leo, Jaak Billiet, and Patrick Pasture, eds.
Petersburg--was named a tutor for the university, while Kristian Jaak Peterson (1801-1822), being among the first native Estonian university students, praised in his poems the beauty of the Estonian language.
Other Estonian helmers include Jaak Kilmi, whose mockumentary "Disco and Atomic War" details futile attempts by the KGB to block television signals from Finland during the 1980s, and Kadri Koussaar, who made headlines earlier this year for her film "Magnus," about a suicidal teenager.
One researcher who advocates a liberal definition is Jaak Panksepp of Washington State University in Pullman.
USC 6, Washington 1: Steve Johnson, Robert Farah, Jaak Poldma and Daniel Nguyen each won in straight sets in singles and also earned doubles victories as the No.
Davidson, Jaak Rakfeldt, and John Strauss (all medicine, Yale U.